By N. D. Wilson
Twelve-year-old Henry York wakes up one evening to discover bits of plaster in his hair. knobs have damaged throughout the wall above his mattress and considered one of them is slowly turning . . .Henry scrapes the plaster off the wall and discovers cabinets of all diverse sizes and styles. via one he can pay attention the sound of falling rain. via one other he sees a sparkling room–with a guy pacing backward and forward! Henry quickly is aware that those will not be simply cabinets, yet portals to different worlds.
100 cabinets is the 1st e-book of a brand new myth event, written within the top world-hopping culture and reinvented in N. D. Wilson’s inimitable style.
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2 to Hong Kong Gazette No. ” 3. pdf. See also the analysis of the third Interpretation by Lin and Lo in Chapter 7 of this volume. 4. See Director of Immigration v. Chong Fung Yuen (2001) 4 HKCFAR 211, 224. 5. Ibid. See also Ng Ka Ling & Others v. Director of Immigration (1999) 2 HKCFAR 4, 28–29. 6. The CFA acknowledged this in Lau Kong Yung & Others v. Director of Immigration (1999) 2 HKCFAR 300, 322–24. See also Article 158 of the Basic Law. 7. On the interpretive power of the NPCSC, see Chapters 5 (Morris), 7 (Lin and Lo), 8 (Lo), and 11 (Woodman) in this volume.
See Commissioner of Ratings & Valuation v. Agrila Ltd & Others (2001) 4 HKCFAR 83, 102–4, where his lordship relied on legislative history to confirm the interpretation that he had reached by other means. All the other judges agreed with this judgment. 42. See Steyn, “Pepper v. Hart: A Re-examination,” 68. 43. It is also worth noting the lack of adherence to the separation of powers doctrine in the Chinese system. Professor Albert Chen writes, “under the Constitution of the PRC (1982), although there is a functional division of powers among legislative, executive, judicial and procuratorial organs, all such organs are subject to the principle of the leadership of the Communist Party,” and later, “The orthodox view expressed in most textbooks is that the doctrine of the separation of three powers is not applicable to China”; see A.
Alan Hoo SC, chairman of the Basic Law Institute and the person who co-opted the Hong Kong government to establish the Basic Law Library, is still awaiting the declassification of a set of basic materials given to him by Wu Jianfan (a well-known drafter who passed away in 2004) before he can make them public; see K. Lee, “Speed Release of Papers on Basic Law, Urges Chairman,” South China Morning Post, February 26, 2007, p. A3. 55. hk/bldho/), a project of the Centre for Comparative and Public Law and HKU Libraries.